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Virginia Apples

 

Apple Festivals and Events.
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Guide to Pick Your Own sites.
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An apple recipe for every taste.



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 Virginia Apple Pick-Your-Own Guide
Rappahannock County

Choose by county or city:

Albemarle
Amherst
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HIGH PLACES ORCHARDS
Ed Streapy
121 Winesap Lane
Flint Hill, VA 22627
540.635.5537

Directions: From Northern Virginia and Front Royal, 8 miles south on US 522. Turn left on State Route 662, go 1/2 mile and turn left on Winesap Lane. Follow to orchard. From Central Virginia, follow US 211 west to US 522. Turn right on US 522, go 7 miles and turn right on State Route 662.
Hours: Daily.
Special Comments: Picnic by pond - no swimming or fishing
Products: Pick-your-own and fresh-picked blueberries, apples, peaches, plums and nectarines.

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WILLIAMS ORCHARD
Mary Williams
3 Williams Farm Lane
Flint Hill, VA 22627
Bus: 540.675.3765

Directions: From Warrenton, take Route 211 West approximately 15 miles to Ben Venue. Turn right on Route 729. Farm is approximately 2 miles on the left.
Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. daily during the growing season
Products: Freshly picked apples, peaches and fresh vegetables when in season.

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This site is brought to you by the Virginia State Apple Board -- an official commodity board
of the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services -- promoting research, education
and marketing efforts for the state's apple industry through assistance to the
Virginia Apple Growers Association.

900 Natural Resource Drive, Charlottesville, VA 22903
434.984.0573, Fax: 434.220.9127